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Garden border of Hydrangea Annabelle with Agapanthus, Salvia 'Mainacht' and Echinops ritro (globe thistle) What a beautiful combination!

For front "yard." Would love to get rid of current bushes and replace with hydrangeas, but it gets very little sun up there.

Limelight Hydrangea Tree. This Hydrangea Tree grows up to 6-8 ft. tall & 4-5 ft wide. They bloom in early summer & have long-lasting flowers that turn to pale & blushing pink in autumn. Carefree, durable & resistant to both pests & diseases. Zones 3-8. Drought tolerant once established. Adapts to most soil types!

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How to Design a Simple Garden Plan

This garden plan uses hydrangeas, hostas, and lamium for a part-shade location.

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How to Grow Hydrangeas From Cuttings

Alternative Gardning: Grow Hydrangea From Cutting

Landscaping with Hydrangeas and low shrubs as well as a beautiful low stone wall. This is classic and Hydrangeas are one of my favorite flowers.


Pretty Pink or Brilliant Blue: How to Make Your Hydrangea Change Color

How to change your soil pH More

Plan for the future when you are old and cannot do gardening (or you are lazy right now, but like nice exteriors. This is the easiest scenario: Hydrangeas and Hostas..

my favorite "no care" patio flowering plants: hydrangeas, hostas, daylilies, & clematis (my neighbor likes roses & iris, too - I haven't had great luck w/ them)

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How to Grow Hydrangea from Cuttings

Rooting Hydrangea Cuttings. Great Hydrangea Idea

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What Should I Plant Together?

Plant and flower combinations that work well together for creating pretty gardens.

"levels of landscaping" ... evergreens, hydrangea and pachysandra. Would love to do something like this on property line behind pool/tennis court to improve view in winter

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Growing Hydrangeas

Growing Hydrangeas • Lots of Tips & Ideas!

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Weekend–Down at the Jersey Shore

I may never have a shore-side home, but I can have hydrangeas!! They are everywhere in the little Lake Michigan beach towns!